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Friday, November 9, 2012

Térinformatika, környezeti informatika és hírközlés. Konferencia Bogotában

Mai postánkból. Horst Kremers CODATA szakcsoportvezető küldte a következő híranyagot:
International Interdisciplinary Conference
on Geo- and Environmental Information and Communication
- Achieving Sustainability Goals through Knowledge Sharing -
Bogota (Colombia), February 6-8, 2013

final  Call for Papers
The deadline for submitting abstracts is extended to November 17.

Among the keynote speakers are experts from various continents, Russia, China, U.S.A. Europe,  and of course from South America.

Prof. Dr. Paulo MENEZES, Rio de Janeiro
“Representing ICA (International Cartographic Association) in the event and to make an approximation of South America Countries to it;
To contact and disseminate the next events form Brazil and ICA, such as ICC 2013, Dresden, Germany; Brazilian Geoprocessing Conference in September 2013 in Rio de Janeiro; Brazilian Congress of Cartography, in São Luiz, MA, Brazil, in October 2013.
South American advances in master and doctorate in Geography in the Post-Graduation Program in Geography”

Prof. Dr. Chuang LIU, Beijing
“CODATA task group of Preservation of and Access to Scientific and Technical Data in Developing Countries (PASTD) has dedicated to the capacity building on scientific data in developing countries for ten years. Besides the policy and strategy aspect, establish an open knowledge environment in developing countries has been focused. Taking the Digital LIN Chao Geomuseum, joint effort from IGU, CODATA and GSC (Geographical Society of China), as an example, the presentation demonstrates the inclusive methodology of OKE for geography and the broader society.”

Prof. Dr. Vladimir S. TIKUNOV, Moscow
“We will  established contacts between scientists of Colombia and Russia and with the desire of the two sides will be signed an agreement on cooperation and possible exchange of students.”

One of the various highlights of this conference will be a
Panel on Environmental and Risk Communication
Well known Risk Communication-Expert, Environmentalist and Environmental Education Expert in Latin America
Advisor and Consulting Expert for International Organizations
Well known Scientific Journalist and Academic in Science Communication. Master in Science Communication
of the Boston University. Active in several international Working Groups on Science Communication. Correspondent
for the Network Science and Development ( and Free-Lance.

Best regards
Horst Kremers
CEGeoIC Conference Chair

International Interdisciplinary Conference
on Geo- and Environmental Information and Communication
- Achieving Sustainability Goals through Knowledge Sharing -
Bogota (Colombia), February 6-8, 2013

This International and Interdisciplinary conference is dedicated to scientific and
technical methods of environmental information and communication.
Special regard is given to the central role of Cartography and Geoinformation.

Intermediately, also ISDE (International Society of Digital Earth) decided to cooperate in this conference.

On the Conference Homepage you now also find all details for Sponsoring and
for Participation in the Exhibition.

The CEGeoIC conference will provide a forum for the presentation of
scientific papers illustrating the efforts of the research community, professional
papers describing the cutting-edge methods employed by environmental
and Geoinformation organizations and companies, furthering their national
as well as international collaborative efforts to advance knowledge and
techniques of environmental information and communication.

Abstracts in line with the following specific topics can be submitted to the
CEGeoIC 2013  call for contributions:
- Environmental Sustainability and Impact Assessment
- Climate Change
- Geoinformation, Cartography, Remote Sensing
- Disaster, Crisis and Risk Information and
   Communication Models, Applications
- Geology, Exploration, Mining and the Environment
- Renewable Energies
- Standards, Interoperability, and Open Access
- Information for Decision Making and Action
- Information and Communication for and of Civil Society
- Biodiversity and Nature Protection
- Sustainable Tourism
- Traffic and Transportation
- Woods, Agriculture, Fisheries and Coastal Zones
- Landscape Ecology and Sustainable Rural Economy
- Urban Ecology and Planning, Demography
- Information and Corporate Accountability
- ICT and Public Participation in Environmental Protection and Risk Management

CEIC 2013 Conference Board and Program Committee

Horst Kremers (Berlin, Germany), Conference Chair
José Daniel Pabón Caicedo (Bogota, Colombia)
Paulo Márcio Leal de Menezes (Rio de Janeiro, Brazil)
Gabriel Triana (Bogota, Colombia)
Sonia Montecinos Geisse (La Serena, Chile)
Peter Baumann (Bremen, Germany)
Milan Konecny (Brno, Czech Rep.)
Moses Mensah (Kumasi, Ghana)
Alberto Susini (Geneva, Switzerland)
Vladimir Tikunov (Moscow, Russia)
Maria Angela Torres Kremers (Berlin, Germany and Bogota, Colombia)
Jozef Hernik (Cracow, Poland)
Jorge Marx Gómez (Lüneburg, Germany)
Fernando Salazar (Bogota, Colombia)

Local Organizing Committee Chair:
Prof. Gabriel Triana Zarate

The involvement and active participation of all social groups is a
requirement for Sustainable Development. The role that Environmental
Information and Communication play in order to develop ways to
Sustainable Development Processes and Goals is essential as they
empower public engagement through access and sharing of
meaningful knowledge, opinions, decisions, plans and actions,
about their nearest living environments.

Through the rapid development of Information and Communication Technologies,
environmental information and its communication have rapidly changed and
assume huge challenges to approach broadly with effectiveness and precision the diverse
environmental interests, issues and problems faced by major groups all over the world.

Presentations and documentation of the main conference will be in English language.
Workshops will mainly be offered in Spanish language
Your detailed suggestions for Workshops are welcome, please send full concept.
Submit abstracts until November 17, 2012

Details / Abstract Template Download:

Horst Kremers, Engineer, Computer Scientist / Office
P.O. Box 20 05 48, 13515 Berlin, Germany "

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